NEW Beith Juniors boss Bryan Young has ambitions of continuing the recent trophy-laden seasons after taking over the Bellsdale hotseat.

He has brought on board as coaches former Auchinleck Talbot team-mate Derek McCulloch and Chris Friel, who works with him as a coach at one of the Pollok FC youth teams.

Former Scottish Junior Cup winner Young said: “This is a massive job and Beith are a massive club and that’s what attracted me here. We have a good support and a good committee.

“I played a lot of big games for Talbot at Beith. I don’t know Derek very well but he has a lot of experience and we have the same views in football.

“He was a legend at Beith.

“Chris brings another dynamic, he is more organised and looks at the game a different way. I don’t want our views all to the same, I don’t want them to be yes men.

“We look forward to the home game against Largs on Saturday, I know their manager Arnie (Stuart) Davidson from playing alongside him.

“Hopefully I can get success in management like I did when I was a player.”

Ardrossan Winton Rovers boss Stevie Wilson hit out at key refereeing decisions in his team’s 2-2 home draw with Wishaw. He said:

“They scored with a penalty which should never have been one as there was no foul. Then their guy was well offside for the second goal and we had a goal chalked off which should have stood when a Jordan Bruce shot crossed the line but it was not given.”